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chris christie today. while super storm sandy continues on its path of destruction the area northeast of pittsburgh is the latest to get hit. leaving close to million pennsylvania residents without power. joining me on the phone in a fox business exclusive is pennsylvania governor. governor, thanks for coming on. i know you're spending the day in philadelphia and looking at power lines and talking to power line workers. what did you see there? >> we're in philadelphia up in northern bucks county talking to people at a shelter. we've seen a lot of areas without electricity. i've gone out to see some crews working on replacing the electricity. these are crews that came in from as far away as mississippi who came up here to help. there are a couple thousand people working on the lines in pennsylvania. i think our number now is down around 800,000 that were without electricity at this point. melissa: yeah. so how long do you think it will be before you can get power back to those customers? everybody who is sitting in a dark house right now who doesn't have hot water is wondering how many
is the first responder but when we have a major crisis governor crist christie called fema to say here is what we need. a move behind the local government. they are the responders of first resort. as you have seen this week some things warrant a big response. fema has stepped in this week in particular people who disagree say the president and fema are doing a great job. john: that is logical but steven horowitz said the private sector helps more people. >> it does. look at wal-mart,loathsome improvement, marriott comment the aftermath of hurricane katrina major forces for good to get resources to people. john: fema but is that the most important part? >> we know fma was an absolute disaster. they did not get into new orleans almost one record 10 days. they gave people traders that toxic. and a block to the help coming. john: 295 wal-mart's hit by hurricane sandy there were open within 24 hours. impressive. >> wal-mart is the practice because they are reallygood at moving resources. they do that every day. they get resources into place and get them up running again. >> i agree. i a read his st
the atlantic seaboard in the northeast because it was all hammered like this. it is not as governor christie said, it is not going away anytime soon. it will be measured in months, not weeks in terms of cleanup. it started here. you see flashing lights off in the distance. that is the fire department shutting off gas to homes along the shore that have been designated. -- decimated. we're still here. melissa: you're still there. is anyone else there? you want me to talk to roger ailes maybe letting you come back? looks like you're out there all by yourself? >> you may have more pull than me. yeah. there is nobody here. in fact we'll still be here because very difficult to get out. once you get out you can't get back in. a few people have stayed. there you see a fellow who is walking. there are some people that have stayed and decided to stay with their home. they have no gas. they have no power. water still running but you have to boil it. it is not a happy time here. as you can tell by the way i'm dressed. this is not your typical hurricane gash. it is -- garb. it is cold out here. melissa:
is appearing with governor chris christie who is one much his harshest critics and getting praise from him. that could only translate into good thinks for the president. melissa: brad, is this too little too late. >> too little too state. storm's devastation in very blue states like new jersey and new york which would go to obama anyway. the key battleground states decide the election, good news they weren't as devastated as blue states were. so the fact of the matter i don't think the storm will have much effect on the election. melissa: we'll leave it there. chris, see you later on in the show. we'll have fun with spare change. so don't go far. >>> here is our question of the day, will the government's response to the storm have an effect on your vote next week? i want to hear your. melissafrancisfox or on twitter at melissaafrancis. >>> coming up on "money", relief aid is pouring into the east coast but the u.s. is getting an offer from very unlikely source, iran. is it smoke and mirrors? we'll find out. we'll call them to see if it is real. >>> strong economic data today gives hope for
? melissa: pretty serious. a huge deal. >> this time the hype is in line. >> governor christie said, if it turns out that we built it up for more, it's worth it. all right. mine was bright yellow. even better. let's talk about evacuating. melissa: officials are telling people, the people that have to come back and rescue them if the situation is really dangerous. for the first time i agree with the mayor. it's actually selfish not to evacuate. you put a live the lives in danger when they have to come back and rescue. >> i have a buddy it does search and rescue in montana and invariably the areas that think because they have a cell phone and a swiss army knife they can go out to montana. of those people here in the city that think. frankly, i'm going to have to walk com. melissa: the guy on the gst. i don't know if you saw him. >> you're putting emc said fair teeseven wrist. that's not fair. melissa: i assume it was a guy. it could have been a woman. >> you're probably right. >> women would not do that. you never see women just being in a hurricane. >> that's
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